Toe Juice Review
Toe JuiceThe first time I heard of Toe Juice, it was on a sign for a drugstore as I passed by. The sign read “We have Toe Juice!” I thought to myself, “well, that’s a rather odd abbreviation for tomato juice, and why is it such a big deal anyway if they have it? Is there a shortage of the stuff? Did tomato growers experience some type of plague this year?” It was probably a year or so after that when I found out that they really were referring to a product called Toe Juice.

What is Toe Juice?

Toe Juice with DermaVine is a natural, plant based product that was designed to relieve dry, cracked feet in Royce, the inventor’s infant son. However, Royce quickly found that it was actually beneficial for many other skin conditions, and its popularity took off from there. The proprietary DermaVine part of Toe Juice consists of willow bark, lemon peel, and Cinnamonum extract; all of which are pretty well known for their anti-inflammatory skin benefits.  It does contain alcohol, but only as a medium to hold the all-natural ingredients. Once you apply it to your skin, the alcohol evaporates and all the good stuff is left behind.

My Experience with Toe Juice

I have majorly dry skin on my feet, and they get pretty itchy at night. It doesn’t help that I constantly wear socks because I have weird sleep issues (I can’t sleep without knee socks). When you first apply Toe Juice, it does kind of make your skin feel drier. However, it also almost immediately quells any itching sensation, which is a humongous relief for me. Over time, even though your skin feels drier when applying the formula, your feet do start to get smoother and healthier looking overall.

Since Toe Juice worked so well at making my feet less itchy, I decided to try it with mosquito bites and random patches of dry, itchy skin. While I don’t have eczema, I am prone to dry patches. The liquid worked great at stopping itches pretty much on the spot. I rub it in with my hands (you can also use a cotton ball if you prefer), then actually rub the excess into my hands. I find that the skin around my fingernails is softer, which makes me less prone to nail biting, since I usually start with the skin around them! I would recommend Toe Juice for anyone with problem skin, itchiness, eczema, or other conditions that need a little relief. Just be sure to check with your doctor before using if you have any medical conditions that require you to avoid certain natural ingredients.

 Buy Toe Juice

If you head over to the front page of the Toe Juice website, you’ll see that you can get your first 1 oz bottle for free. Just pay shipping. While one ounce may not seem like much, a little goes a long way with this stuff! If you prefer a bigger bottle, pick up a 4.6oz bottle for $15, or two for $26.You can also get Toe Juice at Walgreens, Walmart, Target, and many other chain retailers.

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